A TEN year old girl became one of Torbay Hospital League of Friends youngest fundraisers after she raffled her voice.
Talented singer Terri-Kate Lee was given a civic challenge, along with her classmates at the Abbey School in St Marychurch, to raise cash for her chosen charity.
Terri-Kate, who was born eight weeks premature, weighing less than three pounds, decided to pay back Torbay Hospital for their dedication.
"I held a raffle with just one prize, my voice," said Terri-Kate from Paignton.
"I will sing anywhere at any time for the winner – I don't mind if it's a wedding or an anniversary party, a charity event or a family gathering".
Terri-Kate, who also had reason to thank Torbay Hospital when she developed scarlet fever at the age of three, is a talented singer who recently walked off with four distinctions at the South West Music Festival.
Her proud mother Alison said: 'It was all Terri-Kate's idea and she did all the organising herself. She was very pleased with the grand total of £150 that she raised."
The winner of the raffle was David Williams, who hasn't yet decided when he is going to listen to his 'prize'.